NICK HALL is a comedian, actor and writer. He has written and performed for BBC2, BBC3, and BBC Radio 4.
Nick is represented for books by Peter Fraser & Dunlop.
Nick is currently performing his character comedy show SPENCER around the UK, follow a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 'Spencer Percival has one claim to fame. He’s the only Prime Minister to ever be assassinated. Unfortunately no one’s ever heard of him'.
Nick also regularly performs stand-up and improvised comedy. Nick is a member of The Committee, London's hottest improvised comedy group. The Committee create hilarious, fast-paced improvised comedy, all of it made up on the spot by performers as seen on BBC One, Channel 4 and Radio 4. Check them out at gigs across the UK and around the world.
Nick's captivating and inventive style marked him out as one to watch. Since 2013 he’s reached the semi-finals of So You Think You’re Funny, beaten the Gong at The Comedy Store, beaten the Blackout at Up the Creek, and won the New Act Night at the Comedy Café. Nick was previously a member of the critically acclaimed sketch group The Three Englishmen, appearing on BBC2's Dick and Dom's Funny Business, Radio 4's Sketchorama, and BBC3's Funny in Fifteen.
Nick is a graduate of the renowned Free Association improvised comedy school in London. He's compered for cult movie night Hot Tub Cinema and hit football show Comedy Commentary, as well as MCing various other events. He has appeared on Sky News, The Times Red Box podcast and written articles for The Independent.
Nick also teaches stand-up comedy at the Hoopla Comedy School and you can sign up for classes here.
"Brilliant" The Times
"Impossible not to be won over" Chortle
“Crackingly original” ★★★★ The List
"Side splittingly funny" ★★★★★ ThreeWeeks
"Mad cap energy" ★★★★★ British Comedy Guide
"One not to miss" ★★★★ The Skinny
"Comedy dynamite" ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
"Genuinely hilarious" ★★★★ Fringe Review
Recommended by TimeOut, The Times and Fest
Performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, Brighton Fringe, Latitude Festival, Udderbelly Festival, Meadowlands Festival, Princes Trust, Cornbury Festival and Bloomsbury Theatre